DIY Cinnamon Stick Christmas Tree Ornaments

DIY Cinnamon Stick Christmas Tree Ornaments I used this craft many years ago--maybe a Girl Scout project. They were fun and easy for even the craft-challenged kids .

We cut the log into 3 parts, used socks from the dollar store for the hats, cut the nose chips out of wood and material of choice for scarves. Buttons hot glued down the front and paint for eyes and cheeks.

We cut the log (landscape timber? )into 3 parts, used socks from the dollar store for the hats, cut the nose chips out of wood and material of choice for scarves. Buttons hot glued down the front and paint for eyes and cheeks.

Fingerprint snowman. This would be so much fun if they made all the snowmen themselves but had everyone in class make the parts. So, if there are 25 kids, they make 25 snowmen and each kid makes one.

Bonhommes de neige et empreintes de doigts Fingerprint snowman. This would be so much fun if they made all the snowmen themselves but had everyone in class make the parts. So, if there are 25 kids, they make 25 snowmen and each kid makes one.

ADVENTSLJUSSTAKE - Vintage house

Vintage House: ADVENTSLJUSSTAKE- DIY- Use your labeling gun, get black tape, unlabel some cans and you have yourself the coolest candleholders.

And the cool thing about this... You can hang little ornaments off the corks by piercing the cork!  Idea: use old or "single" earrings as decorations!  Oh I'm going to totally try this one!

Wine corks are some of the best recyclables to transform into craft supplies, as they are attractive and easy to work with using household tools. Wine cork crafts are getting more and more trendy lately.

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